Films start at 8pm.
Tickets (£6) on the door.
Door and bar from 7.30pm
A number of tickets are available to pre-book online for each film.
Venue: The Studio at the Queen Mother Theatre (QMT), Walsworth Road.
We are part of the BFI Film Audience Network and members of Cinema For All
Autumn and Winter
January 24 - "Pain and Glory" (15) (P. Almodovar,2019)
(Spanish with subtitles)
Almodovar’s wonderful latest film deals with themes of memory, creativity, regret and reconciliation. A famous film director played by Antonio Banderas remembers key moments in his life while dealing with debilitating chronic pain. The film will sweep you away with its expert storytelling, moving smoothly between present and past, with its beautiful cinematography and elegant music and dialogue.
February 7 - "Blinded By The Light" (12A) (G. Ghadha, 2019
Based on Sarfraz Manzoor’s memoirs about his teenage years growing up in Luton, yearning to become a writer while fighting his family’s traditional views. Bruce Springsteen’s music becomes his inspiration and his way out. A feelgood tale about finding one’s own identity.
February 21 - "Burning" (15) (Lee Chang Dong 2018)
(Korean with subtitles)
This riveting psychological mystery drama tells the story of a triangle made up of Jongsoo, a working class creative writing graduate living in Seoul, Haemi, a young girl in search for meaningful experiences, and Ben, a mysterious rich young man. Houses burn, cats disappear, and desire, jealousy and resentment lead to an explosive finale.
March 20 - "Inna De Yard" (12A)
An engaging documentary about reggae music, Jamaica’s cultural history and the careers of some charismatic veterans of this genre, who tell stories of creativity and survival. The film is shot on the island as they record a new album, before performing to crowds in Paris. Great tunes and great characters will make you smile and sway your hips.
March 27 - "All Is True" ( 12A) ( K. Branagh, 2019)
Kenneth Branagh directs and stars as Shakespeare at a moment of crisis after the burning down of the Globe Theatre. He returns to Stratford and reexamines his life as writer and family man. With Ian McKellen and Judy Dench.
April 17 - "The Souvenir" (15) ( J. Hogg, 2019)
An aspiring artist falls in love with a manipulative older man. Hogg continues her focus on the emotional lives of the British upper middle classes with a story based on her own love affair in the 80s. Tilda Swinton and Honor Swinton Byrne play mother and daughter and Tom Burke is magnetic as the suave but cruel boyfriend. Grand Jury Prize winner at Sundance.